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Photo by Julia Joppienon Unsplash 12 US Prep Races Dates to Watch Out Before 2020 Kentucky Derby Kentucky Derby, a legendary 1 1/4-mile race for three-year-olds colts, will be celebrating its 146th anniversary on May 2, Saturday, this year. This horse race has been dubbed as the “Most Exciting Two

Photo by Rachel Ellison Unsplash The Super Bowl Championships are almost here! This is not just a big day for the players, coaches, and fans, it’s also a big day for the bettors. And with the event nearing, you should know that now is the perfect time to place your

Photo credits: Photo by Rodrigo Abreu on Unsplash In the community of Paulliac, southwestern France lies Château Latour among the other two Bordeaux first growths. Château Latour’s winemaking history can be traced back all the way to the 12th century, wherein the English market’s tax exemptions meant a thriving trade in wine between England

If you’re looking for your next weekend getaway destination, Rogue Valley may be the place for you. Rogue Valley is a region located in Southwestern Oregon. It is a place of natural wonders due to its proximity to the Rogue River that runs from Crater Lake to the Pacific. It’s

Ever since the northwestern state made cannabis legal in 2015, the industry took off without ever glancing back. Projections reveal Oregon’s cannabusiness will most likely be worth $1 billion by 2025, which is exceptionally exciting for our state’s growers. January 2019 marked an incredible number of 4,368 submitted legal applications

On Tuesday, December 3, 6 – 9 pm, Art Building: Meese Auditorium, there is a short film, multimedia presentation, and exhibit by 12 SOU graduate students who recently returned from a 35-day backpacking and cultural expedition taking them through Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, and Albania.   Chad Thatcher is the professor

For the past five years, the Messenger has published an annual Give Guide, a listing of local nonprofits, each which is doing important work to make our communities safer, smarter, more interesting and, overall, helping make the world of southern Oregon a better place.  Let’s not mince words: For this

Is the thought of putting your home up for sale giving you jitters? Best believe you aren’t the only homeowner that has felt this way. It’s time to put on those big girl/ big boy pants; and close in on your home. Your new home calls out to you! Here

A keen runner shouldn’t be discouraged to head out for his regular run even when the temperatures fall below zero. As the cold, long and dark winter months are approaching it should be every active runner’s top priority to gear up adequately and go for his or her regular run

Does the idea of exploring nature and conquering mountains fill you with great excitement? Well, you might want to consider hiking. This activity is great for everyone—kids, adults and seniors all love it and even teens tolerate it (like everything else in their tortured little lives). And hiking is especially